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Have you published a book on American history or politics? Do you have a collection of documents that you'd like to display and discuss? Are you a professor or teacher who has a well-developed lecture on an important topic relating to the American Revolutionary period? Or maybe you're an elected official, or a park ranger, or a museum director employee with a great story that people would like to hear?

Come Speak at
The Hall of Presidents Before Washington!

The Westin has conference rooms, a podium, microphone, projector, and screen for Power Point presentations. We have a database of over 3,000 people and we have 50-75 people who have regularly attended our events in the past, including re-enactments, televised lectures (by C-Span), panel discussions, and festival sessions.

We've done our part to bring forgotten history back to life. Now do yours!

We are especially looking for representatives from historical associations, such as the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution and other related organizations, and speakers who can discuss current events from established foreign and world affairs bureaus such as the Washington World Affairs Council and the Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs. Local professors from the United States Naval Academy (and Alumni) and St. John's College are encouraged to speak on a topic of personal interest.

Interested speakers should send me an email:
[email protected]

We can't pay you, but we can help you sell your books, practice a new lecture, or help introduce an interesting topic to a new audience. Stories are meant to be told!